Apple reportedly looking to subsidize Watch with Medicare plans
from Tech Crunch
If nothing else, the addition of ECG/EKG reinforced Apple's commitment to evolving the Watch into a serious medical device. The company has long looked to bring its best-selling wearable to various health insurance platforms, and according to a new report, it's reaching out to multiple private Medicare plans in hopes of subsidizing the product. If Medicare companies bite, the move would make the $279+ tracker much more successful for older users. Along with electrocardiograph functionality, last year's Series 4 also features fall detection, an addition that could make it even more appealing to the elderly and healthcare providers.
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